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Ready or not, here it comes — Christmas is just around the corner! And while the rest of us continue to look for those perfect gifts for loved ones, it looks like Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis may have already found at least one.

It's not always easy to shop for friends, but Kutcher and Kunis created an unforgettable present for pals Dax Shepard and Kristin Bell, and it's exactly the type of gift you would expect from the former Punk'd host and the original king of trolling.

On Thursday, Shepard shared a post on Instagram with Kutcher and him displaying the one of a kind gift.


Who wouldn't want a giant shower curtain of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis?

"What a generous Christmas gift from the Kunis-Kutcher family," Shepard wrote in the caption. "A beautiful shower curtain for the attic(t) bathroom!"

Fans seemed to think it was pretty hilarious.

This is a legit question...

The gag gift was part of an inside joke between the two couples.

Shepard, 43, began recording his podcast Armchair Expert in the attic above his garage earlier this year. On the interview-style podcast, Shepard has already hosted some pretty big names, including Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O'Brian, and, of course, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

With the rapid success of his podcast, however, it seems Shepard has not had the time to install a door in his studio's bathroom, and so far Kunis has been the only one brave enough to use it. Until Shepard finally gets around to installing that bathroom door, Kunis and Kutcher got him the next best thing.


It is the type of gift you could only give your friends.

Shepard and Kutcher go way back to 2003 when both were working on MTV's Punk'd. The pair recently reunited when Dax joined Ashton, 40, for the third season of Netflix's The Ranch.

Kunis, 35, and Bell, 38, recently became friends after costarring in Bad Moms and A Bad Moms Christmas together.

Both couples are known though for their unconventional approaches to Christmas.

Shepard and Bell made headlines recently for their decision to tell their daughters, Lincoln, 5, and Delta, 3, the truth about Santa very early on.

Shepard, who made a personal choice never to lie to his daughters, decided to tell the truth when they started asking questions about Santa.

"Our 5-year-old started asking questions like, 'Well, this doesn't make sense, and that doesn't make sense.'" Shepard told Us Weekly "I'm like, 'You know what? This is just a fun thing we pretend while it's Christmas.'"


Meanwhile, Kunis had to set the record straight when headlines claimed she and Kutcher had banned presents for daughter Wyatt, 4, and son Dimitri, 2.

Kunis explained what the stories got wrong on ITV's Lorraine.

"No, we don't ban presents for our kids. This story was taken...out of. There's something to be said for desire and want. When Wyatt is like I really, really want that, I want her to have that feeling of need and want and I also want her to earn it. Right now every gift she's gotten has zero meaning. I don't need her to become expectant of gifts in life."


Mila Kunis' Mum Loves Her Husband More Than Her! (Extended) | Lorraine youtu.be


As far as gag gifts go, the shower curtain was definitely a winner. Of course, when it is Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis you are talking about, it becomes more than just a gag gift. Who knows, maybe you can get your hands on your very own soon?


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